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to a screeching halt? we'll get insight from former ambassador to iraq, jails jeffrey. >>> the teachers strike already has the windy city in disarray. it could deal a major profor the september jobs report. why the white house is bracing for impact. we have the details. even when they say it is not it is always about "money". melissa: all right. first let's look at the day's market headlines. stocks moved between positive and negative territory throughout the day's session. homebuilders confidence rose to its highest level in six years. according to the national association of homebuilders. the news gave a slight boost to stocks. the dow closed up 11 points. oil prices tumbling for a second straight day. crude settled down nearly 1 1/2% on ununexpected rise in inventories. there is no confirmed explanation for yesterday's unexpected dive that left traders baffled. fedex primarily blaming a slowdown in the slowing economy and competition from ocean-based shipping. >> 47% of the people who will vet for president obama no matter what. there are 47% who are with him, depernd end on him. who believ
: boeing evacuating a plant south of philadelphia a threatening letter is found. connell: and iraq's kurdistan shutting down the flow of thousands of barrels of oil, that's a tense situation. and our guest says it could have major implications for the oil market. that's why we are following it. more on that. as we come at you at the top of the hour on september 11th, 2012, nicole petallides at the new york stock exchange for stocks now, they always spend part of the day remembering today and also moving forward and trading stocks as they are. good morning. nicole: it is a day of remembrance. this morning we had a moment of silence and we see many folks coming here today, families and also those in service in their uniforms. it is a day to remember, september 11th. what we are looking at now in the dow, up 85 points, erasing yesterday's losses of over 50 points. i want to take a look first at some movers, though. looking at the luxury retailer coming out and just having to cut their full year profit numbers and big drop, biggest drop since their ipo back in 2002 for burrberry -- bur
't plant an army in every country around our embassy. in iraq we have because there is a war zone. there still is a small army associated with the embassy. i think there are 17,000 people there in the green zone in iraq. i think that in a war zone, it's a little bit different. i don't want to second-guess the protection, but i do want to second-guess that our response should be very clear to libya and very clear to egypt that if we're going to have an embassy in the country, we need to be saved, and if we're going to spend money, we need to protect our embassy. lou: you believe that governor romney was too quick and too severe in his criticism of the obama administration as he turned a critical eye to the way in which the state department was apologizing to radical islam is at the very moment that they had stormed our embassy in cairo and were within very short order to be killing four americans, including the ambassador of libya? >> my response was very similar to governor romney's. that was to feel like it's not appropriate when the ambassador has been assassinated and your emba
to detonate bombs. in iraq, thousands of iranian backed protesters taking to the streets. the mob flying iranian flags and flying large posters of the leader. in kabul, over 1000 afghans chanted death to america. they burned american flags. that anti-american demonstrations were obviously coordinated and conducted throughout much of the muslim world today. in indonesia, the united states forced to close all diplomatic areas. shouts of death to america filling the air. coffins draped and american flags were burned. in malaysia, u.s. citizs told to stay away from the american embassy. this development tonight. the libyan government admitted they will be of little help in the search for the killers of ambassador chris stevens. a surprised expression of empathy and comprehension from president obama who said he understands why the muslim world has erupted in the demonstrations marked by all out american hatred. >> the natural protest that are because of the video were used as an excuse by extremists to see if they can also directly harm u.s. interests. lou: also surprising president obama de
iraq levying on a plan for adduced under george to be booed at -- under bush and leon panetta was asking to stay there passed the 2011 deadline. this president has not earned his nobel peace prize [applause] john: my audience watched much of the convention. what do they think? next. [applause] john: audience participation in. we're here with mark meckler who founded the biggest tea party group and nick gillespie from reason tv. from facebook, . >> i think it is the vote for a legitimate politician who has a great idea to let people live their lives. if mitt romney loses this election it is because republicans think and have not earned my vote. john: hadley has said different position. >> is a two horserace either mitt romney will be president or obama has four more years. we have the opportunity to affect the outcome. when reproach we are impacting we only have one vote to give. libertarians should evaluate which option is more liberty for a delay? >> obamacare has been sold us the answer to all health care issues. then why were so many unions and political allies given waiver
, and iraq to bring the soldiers back. i always took the boy, that is what i do. they have a great sense of social consciousness and people's sensitivity. whether it is one of the boys or daughters, they have an amazing sense of foreign politics. >>neil: i always thing about guys like you in the public spotlight as trailblazers whether people agree or disagree but and this president and his role as a dad, it is hard to juggle all of that. >>guest: you think about the great ballplayers, following that are parents, it is good to have role models, so if there must be pressure, have it be pressure up, not down. >>neil: do you think the ticket is under pressure? that it is dead even in the polls, make the republicans gout a bounce and maybe the democrats got a bounce it and is dead even but not a place an incumbent wants to be. >>guest: he has had tremendous odds including fighting right to vote the most fundamental of all rights. we are in north carolina, this is the new south, a new south because the manies and civil rights activists were successful in holding up the south to voting rights.
to want to continue this effort. we'll try to do that slow, withdrawal we've been doing in iraq. that is jury still out in iraq how that will all shake out. afghanistan, a much more pessimistic on. we haven't learned much, if anything from the experience the soviets had there we're not seeing that we're going to be able to leave a long-term, stable karzai government. karzai i think himself understands he needs the taliban. otherwise he is swinging from a lamppost putting it in diplomatic terms. once we leave, if karzai hasn't been able to barter and negotiate some fashion with the taliban, i think he is in serious trouble. the taliban, on the other hand, they're not politically stupid. and most of the senior commanders understand, look they have got some leverage right now. the he's wants them to come to the table. karzai needs them to come to the table. they come to the table. they get some concessions, a cut of money going into afghanistan it will cost us more. melissa: if things change are things better off when the deal gets done? >> i say absolutely not. melissa: that is de
prices and security? we get insight from former u.s. ambassador to iraq james jeffries. >>> plus think paying four bucks a gallon for gas is pad? how about nine bucks a gallon? a group of gas stations across the northeast is jacking up its prices in protest. i will talk to the gas station manager hoping to lead the charge to find out why. >>> tech nerds rejoyce. the curtain rises on the new iphone. expectations could not hit higher but does it hit the mark? we'll talk with adam lashinsky. even when they say it's not it is always about money. melissa: and first let's take a look at today's market headlines. stocks to the plus side for a second day but wall street remains cautious. the fed ends its two-day fomc tomorrow. announcement whether more stimulus will be used to jolt the economy is expected. the dow closed up nine points. the euro climbing to a knife-month high versus the dollar. germany's high court refused to block the creation after eu fund. >>> facebook shares soar more than 7% following ceo mark zuckerberg's customers comments since the ipo. zuckerberg admitting mistakes ha
in iraq, and he has. and our heroes have come home. he promised to end the war in afghanistan, responsibly, and he is, and our heroes are coming home. he promised to focus like a laser on al qaeda, and he has. our forces have eliminated more of its leadership in the last three years than in all the eight years that came before it. after more than 10 years, without justice, the thousands of americans murdered on 9/11, after mitt romney said that it would be naÏve to go into pakistan pursue the terrorists, it took president obama, against the advice of many, to give that order and finally rid the earth of osama bin laden. jericho. [applause] neil: you are looking at john kerry and we will monitor his remarks. the next secretary of state, it has to hurt john kerry to think about that eight years ago, a man that had been very close to the presidency himself. he missed it by about 100,000 votes. that was then and barack obama is now. michael reagan is with us now. michael, what do you think of this will convention? >> you know, i think that john kerry did it the old-fashioned way. he married i
for veterans coming home from afghanistan or iraq is transitioning from the warrior like state of mind to one of civilian tranquillity on the domestic front and matching your skills and finding that job. look at the brand new labor department number that came out this morning. national unemployment rate 8.1%. for veterans is substantially higher. 10.9%. that is an iraq warriors serve five years ago loading bombs and missiles. when his tour ended it took him five long months, door closing after door closing to finally landed job managing truckdrivers. the secret of getting hired turned out to be old-fashioned perseverance. >> took me a while. was mainly showing up every day and letting them know i wasn't going anywhere until i got the job. >> iraq and afghanistan war veterans and domestic employers often don't realize the special skills that veterans bring to the workplace. things like adaptability, team work, and mission accomplishment mentality as that understanding becomes more widespread those that do no hiring are offered job fair is targeting veterans. companies like jpmorgan chase, cred
. >> he said we would be out 2014. just like iraq levying on a plan for adduced under george tobe booed at -- under bush and leon panetta was asking to stay there passed the 2011 deadline. this president has not earned his nobel peace prize [applause] john: my audience watched much of the convention. hi, i'm phil mickelson. i've been fortunate to win on golf's biggest stages. but when joint pain and stiffness from psoriatic arthritis hit, even the smallest things became difficult. i finally understood what serious joint pain is like. i talked to my rheumatologist and he prescribed enbrel. enbrel can help relieve pain, stiffness, and stop joint damage. because enbrel, etanercept, suppresses your immune system, it may lower your ability to fight infections. serious, sometimes fatal events including infections, tuberculosis, lymphoma, other cancers, and nervous system and blood disorders have occurred. before starting enbrel, your doctor should test you for tuberculosis and discuss whether you've been to a region where certain fungal infections are common. don't start enbrel if you have an
in iraq. shia muslims have been working together with sunnis and their protest against the united states. they have joined forces as they chant death to america in the streets of baghdad. as those protests progressed over the last few days, president obama and his administration struggling to even define our relationship with some of those countries, including egypt. president obama, who refused to take questions from the white house press corps did sit down with telemundo and tried to explain his view of the american relationship with egypt. he said i don't think we would consider them in our life that we don't consider them an enemy. a squall of criticism followed. the white house trying to explain what president obama meant to say. spokesman tommy bidder didn't help a white house effort. he said the word ally doesn't amount to much. and call the term ally a legal term of art. for the record, the oxford english dictionary defines the term as a person or organization that cooperates with or helps another in a particular activity. not much art. in that, a simple word. not necessarily a t
suicide bombers in iraq than any country except for saudi arabia. her ambassador ran around syria for the better part of the year, encouraging them to protest, knowing that they would get shot down. this government seems to be trying to make the world a little safer as an anarchy more than anything else. lou: the idea that libya is now arrested four people in regards to that attack. could you explain about the earnest in earnest and honesty about their act? >> i am afraid that i'm getting old and cynical. my guess is that they are kind of like claude rains in casablanca. the libyan government really is, whatever goes on in tripoli, not outside of there, when we supported that revolution, basically what we did was provide their coverage for people, what happened was perfectly predictable. lou: it was tragic. it is tragic that he was put in a constant that is not safe and not protected, taken to a safe house that was anything but that. the idea that we would not have things underground in libya, now it's clear that we're going to have marine boots on the ground in libya and in yemen
to with iraq we have 16,000 people and afghanistan has 68,000 troops. >> he said we are out to 2014 especially on the plan under george debut bush. leon panetta at -- leon panetta once the troops to stay there passed the 2011 deadline. the president has not earned his nobel peace prize. that is for sure. [applause] john: the audience agrees what do you think? next. [applause] it was the biggest race of the year, and no matteoqat, i was gonna win. someti[js...things happen you just canoi explain. )a ♪ oh, i believe there e angels among us... ♪r> and some things ar more importanthan winning. #% ♪ sent iíwn to us #]from somewhere up(above ♪r2 #o♪hey come to you and me ♪ i don't remember who won the ra that day...r2 ♪ to show usfr how to live, ♪ ... bui'll(never forget how i felt. ♪ to teach us f:how to give ♪ to guide us with the light of love. ♪ [applause] john: audience participation. we are here with mark meckler, ed hadley, and nick gillespie. first from facebook is putting forward gary johnson rarely of vote for obama like hannity say? >> i think of bofa gary johnson
. >> he said we would be out 2014. just like iraq levying on a plan for adduced under george to be booed at -- under bush and leon panetta was asking to stay there passed the 2011 deadline. this president has not earned his nobel peace prize [applause] john: my audience watched much of the convention. >> announcer: meet tom, a proud dad whose online friends all "like" the photos he's posting. oscar likes tom's photos, but he loves the access to tom's personal information. oscar's an identity thief who used tom's personal info to buy new teeth and a new car, and stuck tom with the $57,000 bill. [tires squeal] now meet carl who works from the coffee shop and uses the free wi-fi. marie works from there too. she's an identity thief who used a small device to grab his wi-fi signal, then stole enough personal information to hijack and drain his bank accounts. every year, millions of americans learn all it may take to devastate your life is a little personal information in thwrong hands. this is identity theft and no one helps stop it better than lifelock. lifelock offers the most comprehensive
embassy. in iraq, the prime minister speaking out today. he condemned the anti-islam web video and he urged sunnis and shia's to unite. these protests led to the murder of ambassador stevens. this commando style attack is directly tied to al qaeda and they say a former guantÁnamo bay detainee may be the driving force behind the terrorist attack. jay carney today made an omission. he said, i think, self-evident that what happened in benghazi was a terror attack. an admission from the administration. this administration the victim of a terrorist attack on the 11th anniversary of september 11 attacks and the obama campaign spokesman, ben labolt suggested there are no plans for the president to update the nation on the investigation of that attack and those murders and the rage throughout the muslim world. president obama today commenting on the anti-islam youtube video. >> what we have seen over the past week and a half is something that we have seen in the past. where there is an offensive video or cartoon directed at the prophet muhammad, and this is obviously something that is used a
are stirring up to scurrying up. we did that prior to going into iraq, afghanistan, going on and on. the approach has to be different. we should not be making enemies, i don't think he understands how you make enemies. wthis should not be surprised if other countries object to what we do to them. neil: it is such a loving audience of american worshipers, but leaving that aside it hasn't happened, the other side we are broke, generally or otherwise why do we keep doing it? to what end? >> it dumbfounded me because it does not meet the criteria a little bit of common sense. we had the privilege of issuing the reserve currency, we still have the strongest military power and still have a lot of economic wealth. it has been a moral hazard, all of a sudden we wake up and find out people can retaliate. still fighting world war ii, korean war, it is the people rising up against it and rebelled against the very government we prop up. if we send in the cia early enough we cannot take over the new government because we have aligned ourselves with al qaeda, egypt, looks like syria as well, so f
? >> reporter: two million veterans serving in afghanistan and iraq and sometimes both. after fighting for their country and putting their lives on the line overseas for a lot of veterans when they get back to the states it is a very challenging transition to go from warrior, well, domestic civilian job aply can't. that has been the issue for several, several years. look at department of labor numbers came out this morning. 8.1% unemployment rate. for veterans it is substantially higher, 10.9%. afghanistan war veterans and domestic employers don't realize the special skill set that veterans bring to the work place, like leadership, adaptability, discipline and mission accomplished mentality. braxton served his country five years ago in iraq loading up f-16s with bombs and missiles. when his tour ended and returned home took him five long months after try after try after try to land a job he got with ryder corporation managing truck drivers. the secret to getting hired, was not accepting word no. >> took me a while to get my foot in the door. mainly showing up every day and telling them
in iraq is over. in afghanistan we're training afghan security forces and forging a partnership with the afghan people. by the end of 2014, the longest war in history would be over. i always said our fight is with al qaeda and its affiliates, not with islam or any other religion. lou: the u.s. embassy in cairo apologized to anyone in the region offended by that movie and criticized anyone who would hurt the feelings of muslims. meanwhile the president rejected a request to meet with israel's prime minister at the united nations general assembly later this month. the white house cited scheduling conflicts. the president's schedule to be on the campaign trail when benjamin netanyahu will be in this country. and the so-called convention bounce in the polls for president obama seems to have already dissipated a brand new "abc washington post poll" of likely voters has the president leading governor romney now by one point. yesterday the president was in resurgence and tonight, he is in a statistical tie within the margin of error. the frosty and sometimes outright hostile relationsh
to an end. iraq is over-ish, but these guys are still serving over there and we're not telling enough about what's happening over there, what they're accomplishing and what's going on in the war. >>imus: the big debate continues to be, at least in my mind, is what the hell are we doing there. >>guest: that's filled with all sorts of questions about that. you can hear from various generals one way or the other whether it was worth it to start with. some feel very strongly that it is and some want to continue it longer. some want to cut it off right now. i think it's really split. it would be interesting to see what happens by the end of 2014 when we're going to pull out of afghanistan. >>imus: what are some of the greater hurdles these veterans face other than the ones you just mentioned? >>guest: i think when we talk about this mentorship, this idea of putting mentors together with -- for example, we talked to george lucas participating in this too, he got together with one of the veterans. these are not young necessarily. i think a lot of people have the assumption that the ones looking fo
the united states. libya sent more jihadists per capita to iraq to fight against american soldiers in a terrorist war than any other couny in the world. and benghazi was the capital of jihadism in libya. they had every reason to know that that is, that not only has been one of the most dangerous regions in the world for the united states, it is a more dangerous region now because they have the arsenals that muammar qaddafi used to have under lock and key. lou: we also are looking at a situation in which the administration now seems to be walking back its claims of spontaneous combustion. the idea that this silly, amateurish, anti-muslim movie, if you want to call it that, it is more a mockery of movie-making itself. >> right. lou: the idea that this is being pedaled almost unchallenged by the mainstream media. now the facts are beginning to come out. many of these facts were there, were there from last wednesday forward until now. >> righters the fact that we're not getting a straight answer from this administration and the idea that they can't give straight answers after the u.n.
that they are the great satan and we have unwillingness, indecisiveness about syria, the precipitous retreat from iraq after we won and now it's an iranian satellite, equivocation in afghanistan. what you are seeing is the comprehensive collapse of obama's middle east policy and the administration is going to just stretch it out through november. cheryl: general shape of, i want to talk to you. >> this was not a preplanned or premeditated attack. what happened initially is that it was a spontaneous reaction to what had transpired in cairo. as a consequence of the video, people gathered outside the embassy and then it grew very violent. cheryl: colonel schaffer, you said that no, anybody with a military background know this was not some kind of spontaneous act. you don't take rocket propelled grenades to a protest outside the embassy. but she is the one that be administration put out as the face of this thread was that the right call? >> i think it is the right call for the administration regarding policy. as ralph said, they're trying to do anything that they can to either we have this. either she was
that is under siege. nine of them from morocco, tunisia, iraq, bangladesh, iran, iran -- is it shocking to you, michael, doesn't seem to you that the u.s. is in retreat? >> well, i wish we were. we will continue to intervene in the muslim world. that is what this is all about. we have been at war since the 26th of august 1996. we continue to do the things that drive them to attack us. gerri: is it our fault? >> it is not our fault. but your every action has a reaction. their reaction is to our interventionism. it is as simple as that. it's not a hard problem to understand. they hated posy mask because he was a dictator and there were no jobs and because we paid him. >> they went to the streets 18 months ago, they overthrew the dictator and they haven't had the jobs in 18 months. were they angry at now? the united states. gerri: we are a target, that's for sure. michael? >> that's not correct. what they wanted was us out of the region out of posy -- >> we have to realize that these people have been emboldened because president bush and obama chose to lose two wars. >> look, we are dealing with
, not all their eggs in one basket. the saudis have had for many years pipelines through iraq. obviously that didn't work too well. but at the end of the date the strait of hormuz, there is a global water way, unlikely any one country would be able to do that. only the u.s. would be able to blockade the strait of hormuz. not iranians, not anybody in this neighborhood. melissa: that is interesting you would bring up that point because that is one of the theories i heard floating out there. that one of the reasons we're out in the strait of hormuz just in case we wanted to blockade the iranians in case nuclear tensions rose. >> absolutely. >> uss enterprise i was on was parked off cuba during the cuban missile crisis. >> that is exactly what will happen. when push comes to shove they will lose and they will lose a lot more than anybody else. again the world does not need their oil but they need the oil revenue more desperately than the rest of the world need their own oil. melissa: here we are in this strait patrolling. it is not just oil that goes through here, even though we see 20% of t
is commander-in-chief meeting talk about the armed forces. iraq in afghanistan and to wars and then also may be a little bit like ronald reagan. don't just talk about the middle-class and sociological terms, but give examples of somebody living in toledo or columbus ohio. yet be a little bit more of the minister, a little bit more martin luther king. inject some passion. he has an audience now. i was their last night on the floor. once bill clinton spoke they were getting electrified, but he does not want to be the guy who the media, next day says put a wet blanket of things. i am of the feeling that he has death throes symmetric -- red meat to the crowd and maybe even just mentioning particularly the gm bailout and mitt romney suggesting that detroit died, that might be enough to get that kind of raucous crowd going. gerri: they're probably ready to cheer would be my guess. all those democrats. thanks for coming on. appreciate your time what do you think about the dnc so far? send me an e-mail. ♪ >> coming up. >> the republican argument against the president's reelection is actually prett
governor romney spend more in taxes to iraq have to pay more in federal income-tax is under the brand new overall that you are talking about for the tax-cut? they're going to get rid of some deductions, although they have not exactly late at which deductions are on the way out. back to you. cheryl: that's the big question, but at least the tax returns came out on friday. great interview exclusively talking to fox business. thank you very much. meanwhile, president obama may have the upper hand in ohio, but can he keep that momentum going? with more on this, guidance and commander for town hall the outcome is here. democratic strategist and senior vice president of global strategy group. i want to start with you. at this point in ohio if you look just at the numbers in ohio, the president is waiting. and romney has a fairly decent cap that he has for phil here. does he stand a chance? >> definitely. at think it's going to be a knife fight down the very final stretch, the quote that i got from our romney campaign when i spoke to them at rodney headquarters last week. it will be very close,
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